For those born during the month of March, the birth flower is the daffodil. Given that these cheerful flowers are usually markers of spring, the selection is appropriate. In reality, "daffodil" is actually a nickname for the flower. The botanical name is actually Narcissisus. This term means a numbing sensation. Given that alkaloids are present in daffodils, the name is once again appropriate. Daffodils are actually poisonous flowers. Therefore, gardeners use this flower to keep critters at bay. The bulbs and leaves contain poisonous crystals that insects love to eat. These crystals can actually kill them.
The daffodil itself symbolizes unequaled love. Therefore, giving daffodils to someone signifies a feeling of deep love that is unparalleled. In the past, daffodils have also been associated with a cycle of death and rebirth. This ties back to its Greek mythological meaning.